On entering the All Hallows’ community, our girls become members of a smaller House community, which brings together girls from Years 5 to 12. Within each House, students join a Home Group where the same teacher and Head of House continue with your daughter during her All Hallows’ journey. This connectedness establishes strong links between students, teachers and parents. Pastoral care of students in Years 5 and 6 is the responsibility of a dedicated classroom teacher under the guidance of the Head of Middle School.
To a certain extent, our eight Houses operate as small schools within the larger school. There are many activities, however, which bind the Houses to the total school community such as House Liturgies, House choir competitions, sports carnivals and other events. All Hallows' School recognises the importance of rituals and celebrations in helping students feel that they belong to our community. Occasions such as the Inaugural Mass in February, All Hallows' Day in November, and the many special events that School assemblies highlight, are all eagerly anticipated by students and are part of the pattern of their lives at All Hallows' each year.